Differential Voting Rights Shares DVR

Differential voting rights (DVR):

Differential voting right is one of the key tools for retention of the financial benefits in proportion of (or more than) the proportion of financial investment. This is achieved by tweaking the control management with differential voting rights for different classes of shareholders. There are examples of 200 votes for one share (in the General Meeting) in some companies and also there are examples of 200 shares for one vote in some other companies. Dilution of control rights in a company results in lower valuation of DVR shares.